Samsung has just announced the EX2F, a high-end digital compact point-and-shoot that is also the world's first to sport an F1.4 lens. This low light shooter has a 12.4MP sensor and we managed to spend some time with a pre-production model.
With a 41-megapixel sensor, what sort of image quality can be expected from the Nokia 808 PureView in real-world usage? We hit the streets with the 41MP cameraphone and brought along a Nikon D800 for the ride as well to find out.
The eye-popping 4K resolution is probably the next big thing to wow consumers after the arrival of Full-HD on displays and imaging devices. Here's a quick roundup of 4K cameras and displays we've spotted at BroadcastAsia to give you an idea of what's to come.
The successor to the popular TZ20, the TZ30 is Panasonic's next travel-zoom compact camera. Sporting a 20x optical zoom lens and a 3-inch touchscreen, will this 14-megapixel camera earn a permanent spot in your travel duffel bag? Join us as we find out.
Shoot it, view it, print it, keep it. We've got everything to cover your cameras, monitors, printers and storage deals this PC Show 2012...right after this jump!
The successor to the impressive 1080/50p-shooting HDC-TM900, the HC-X900M, sports improvements such as a wider lens with nano coating, a high-res, 3D-compatible LCD, and an improved 5-axis image stabilization system. Will Panasonic's latest offering leave the others in its wake again?
The Leica brand has always been associated with premium build quality and superb optics. So what high-quality, premium cameras will Leica unveil this time around? Join us as we find out.
In our review of the Nikon D800, we said that "it would be no exaggeration to call the Nikon D800 a quantum leap forward." See how the D800 performs against its nearly-identical twin, the D800E, which is supposed to shoot even clearer images.
By launching cameras with Wi-Fi capabilities, Canon is improving user experience by enabling a convenient way of sharing photos and videos directly from the camera. We managed to get hands-on time with these new IXUS cameras to see how they function.
Nope, you didn't miss a number - Panasonic has jumped straight from last year's GF3 to this year's brand new GF5, skipping the number 4 in-between. The camera is Panasonic's newest entry-level Micro Four Thirds camera, so check out our review to see if it'll be the one for you.